On The Hunt For
by Isetan Kuala Lumpur | 1st July 2020
If you’re on the lookout for a good Yakiniku Buffet, don’t miss out on the new Pop-Up by Jyu Jyu Yakiniku!
From 1st July 2020, Jyu Jyu Yakiniku is offering an all-you-can-eat in 90 minutes, with a 3 buffet option for you to choose. From quality Australian beef cuts accompanied with assorted vegetables, appetizers, rice dishes, soups, beverages and alcohol – it’ll be a feast to remember!
But first, let’s dig deep into the Yakiniku hype…
- What is Yakiniku?
Originally a Korean dish, Yakiniku is the Japanese word for ‘grilled meat.’ (Yaki means grilled and niku is meat.)
Yakiniku restaurants are extremely popular in Japan. It’s an amazing dining experience where you’ll sit at a table with a grill in front of you, and you cook the meat the way you want it to be.
- How does it work?
Most of the Yakiniku restaurants provide an all-you-can-eat option. The method of Yakiniku focuses on drawing out the natural flavour of the meat and with this, many cuts of beef do not come marinated or pre-seasoned to relish the natural flavour. A dipping sauce is also given to enjoy with the meat, and it adds a touch of extra to your tastebuds.
The dipping sauce for Yakiniku is divided into two preferences: tare (soy-based sauce) and shio dare (salt-based sauce). The quality of the sauce impacts the flavor of the beef; with that, there are a variety of sauces in accordance to how it is encouraged to be enjoyed.
- Most popular types of cuts
As the name says for itself, this cut is from the cow’s tongue. The root of the tongue is fatty and has a good amount of marbling. It is a common part used in Yakiniku.
Karubi/Kalbi (Boneless Ribs)
This cut comes from around the abdominal bones. It is known to be well-marbled and has a rich flavor. The cut is one of the most popular options at many Yakiniku restaurants.
This cut comes from the diaphragm muscle. It has a texture very similar to lean meat. It is tender and contains a good amount of fat, giving it a deep flavor.
Visit Jyu Jyu Yakiniku to have a taste of all things Yakiniku. Call 03-2119 2626 for reservations. Only at Isetan The Japan Store [4F The Table]